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Battle.net Black Friday 2019: The best deals

Posted: 28 November 2019 2:03 pm

Call of Duty Black Ops 4

Countless hours of gameplay with savings of up to 78%.

Whether raiding Azeroth in Warcraft, taming the Zerg in StarCraft or battling heroes in Overwatch, Black Friday deals have popped up on Battle.net, and there's no RNG dice-roll required to access them. Plus, because Battle.net is the recent home of Call of Duty, there are savings to be found on that fragging front, too.

Here's a breakdown of the best deals (which means the best discounts) for the hottest Blizzard and Call of Duty titles on Battle.net.

Top Black Friday deals on Battle.net

  • 78% savings on the Heroes of the Storm bundles. Fans of Blizzard's MOBA Heroes of the Storm can download the game for free and access a rotating roster of heroes. But forking out for hero bundles activates a heroic saving of $121 and $49.90, respectively, for the Heroic Reinforcement Bundle (was $153.17, now $32.17) and the Welcome to the Nexus Bundle (was $63.17, now $13.27).
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 for $35.95. This 60% saving (originally $89.95) is also available for the $25.95 season pass (was $64.95). Still, if you're willing to fork out $61.90 for that duo, it's worth digging around half as deep again for the 20% saving on the latest CoD, Modern Warfare Operator Edition ($95.95), or twice as deep if you want the digital perks of the Enhanced Edition ($111.95).
  • 50% off StarCraft II Announcers. Now that StarCraft II is free-to-play, one of Blizzard's monetisation options is for an aural kind of cosmetic. Whether you're a StarCraft purist and want Zeratul, Dehaka or Tychus (all now $3.45, from $6.95); fancy some D.Va-flavoured Overwatch with your StarCraft ($3.45); or want your fave caster like Day[9], Lowko or Mr. Sheng as your announcer (all now $5.45, from $10.95), there are dollars to be saved on each individual Announcer.
  • 50% off StarCraft II campaigns. Because of that aforementioned free-to-play switch-up for StarCraft II, the non-Terran campaigns are purchased separately. Pay $10.95 (was $21.95) for the newest Nova Covert Ops campaign, and $29.95 (was $59.95) for the trilogy of premium campaigns. If you fancy digital goodies, the Campaign Collection Digital Deluxe is $44.95 (reduced from $89.95).
  • $10.95 for StarCraft Remastered. If you fancy your StarCraft old-school, albeit with a new lick of paint, StarCraft Remastered is 50% off. You can combo it with StarCraft: Cartooned – a cartoonified look for the same classic gameplay – for a 40% saving at $22.40 (discounted from $37.40), or upgrade your already-owned StarCraft Remastered with a 25% saving ($11.45, was $15.45) on the Cartooned upgrade.
  • Diablo III: Reaper of Souls for $14.95. This is the awesome expansion for Diablo III, which also means you'll have to buy Diablo III. To keep things easy, the original game is also $14.95 (both with 50% savings from $29.95).
  • Overwatch: Legendary Edition for $27.45. Overwatch is still an incredibly popular multiplayer team-based shooter, with new content added for zero cost from the player. Tap into a 50% saving (originally $54.95), or a lesser percentage but cheaper price for the Standard Edition at $21.95 (26% discount on the $29.95 usual price).
  • 50% off pretty much every World of Warcraft thing. Armed with an active subscription or Game Time, the praised Battle for Azeroth expansion is now $34.95 (from $69.95). If you're a new player, there's 50% off your first month for an affordable $8.25 (usually $16.50) to test the waters. For those already wowed by WoW, there's 50% off digital deluxe items, too: $12.50 for Battle for Azeroth swag or Legion goodies (usually $25) or a neat $10 for Warlords of Draenor thingies (was $20).

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